Donald J. Yehle Endowed Internship 2011
The Donald J. Yehle Internship Endowment supports academically qualified, highly motivated, and mature students who intend to pursue careers in the fields of art, history, communication, and health.
The Endowment supports full-time internships for positions in areas such as art and museum management, advertising, public relations, historical preservation or restoration, recreational sports management, health administration, and occupational or physical therapy. Grants in amounts up to $2000 are possible.
- Applicant must be a full-time student in his/her sophomore or junior year of study, with a grade point of at least 3.3 at the time of application. Students must also be a declared major or minor in a field of study related to the internship.
- The Internship must be taken for academic credit and culminate in a formal paper that goes beyond a mere summary of the internship.
- If the Internship is undertaken during the summer or in a fall or winter term when the intern is not a full-time student, it carries a tuition remission of up to four (4) Alma College credits.
- This Internship Endowment does not support internships secured through off-campus placement programs run by colleges, universities, or consortia that host Alma College students.
- Students supported by this Internship Endowment are expected to work a minimum of 30 hours per week at the internship.
- Preference will be given to students whose internships are not otherwise compensated.
Applications from students who are seeking internships for summer or fall of 2011 must be received by March 9, 2011. The Selection Committee will announce awards by March 18, 2011.
Please direct inquiries and submit typed and completed application materials to: Dr. Micheal Vickery (x7238), Donald J. Yehle Internship Selection Committee Chair, SAC 350, Alma College, Alma, MI 48801. Applications may also be submitted electronically.